In open-ended learning environments, learners need to formulate questions, identify needs and find relevant resources. Finding relevant resources is an information-seeking problem, a type of ill-structured problem that can benefit from research studies that focus on ways to promote metacognitive skills.A pathfinder approach for search instruction, developed in the 1960a#39;s by Knapp ( 1966), continues to be used as a support for teaching novice researchers how to find their way around library resources. These traditionally print user guides areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Use of an Advance Organizer in the Ill-structured Problem Domain of Information Seeking: A Comparative Case Study|
|Author||:||Terry Lillian Huttenlock|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|